Pennsylvania’s Patient Test Result Information Act, which is set to take effect December 23, 2018, requires diagnostic imaging services providers that identify a “significant abnormality” in their test results to directly notify the patient or his/her designee within 20 days of the completed test, its review and its delivery to the ordering health care practitioner. 

Beginning April 1, 2017, the regulations regarding opiate prescribing will be changing.  A Delaware healthcare practitioner will only be able to prescribe initial opioid prescriptions for acute pain episodes for up to seven (7) days for adult patients, and are required to follow new rules for chronic pain patients and patients that require more opioid

You may have heard some years ago that the Affordable Care Act established a “60-day overpayment rule” that requires a provider to report and return any overpayment from a federal health care program (such as Medicare or Medicaid) within 60 days of “the date on which the overpayment was identified” by the provider (for certain

One of the common struggles I often come across in private medical practices is what to do when a senior physician wants to go part-time. In busy practices, this issue can be emotionally charged and I have even seen it lead to practice breakups.

Some practices simply take the position that either you work full-time

On Nov. 9, 2007, The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) created the Red Flags Rule requiring creditors to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs within their organizations. The rule defines a “Creditor” any person who regularly extends, renews, or continues credit; any person who regularly arranges for the extension, renewal or continuation of credit.